I'm not gonna beat a dead horse (a.k.a the Collins factor), but I live in NC at the moment for school and all my buddies are Panthers fans. It says something when my die-hard-Panthers-fan friend shakes his head and says he'll pray for me upon hearing of the Collins signing. :doh: But it is partly the FO's fault for signing and throwing someone who is ill-prepared to the flames. ANYWAYS...I agree with some of the posts about our OLine being #1. Here's an insert I found from Fishers Press Conference: (on if T David Stewart could remain the starter) No, when Jacob comes back Jacob will go back out there. This was Dave’s first time to put a helmet on in a real game, against the Chargers. What better challenge could you face? He did a nice job. He had a couple of issues, but he was physical and pass protected well. Dave kind of reminds you of a John Runyan in his second or third year. He’s got a good future. A John Runyan, Fish? and you still want to start a natural Guard in Bell over a John Runyan? WTF? Anyways, I feel OLine is a problem, but one that can easily be fixed with some more depth and re-aranging. Once that is fixed, our offense can hopefully put a run game together and convert those 3rd downs to give our defense a rest. As for the rest... #2 Personell, Depth and Coaching of the Secondary. (Aside from Hope, there's not much here or is there? Maybe some of those who don't get a chance should get one..Woolfolk, Fuller, Finnegan anyone? And why hasn't a single DB we've selected since Samari, Blaine and Dyson stuck? Time for a new coach?) and comments 2-5 from Jeff's post pretty much hit all that I was gonna say.